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opsgenie alert-api


From opsgenie alert-api, I am trying to get the alerts list for a particular team for last week Monday 8am to current week's Monday 8 am.

Can some one help me modify this query pls

response = requests.get(' reliability&sort=createdAt&order=desc', headers=headers)

Appreciate  the help

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May 17, 2019 • edited

Hi there,


Thanks to contact with Opsgenie. You can use the following query:>1557129600+AND+createdAt<1557734400+AND+teams="Site reliability"&sort=createdAt&order=asc


For the time format we are using UNIX time stamp. And if you are searching for multiple queries "+AND+" should be used between them. (1557129600 for 06-05-2019 08.00.00 and 1557734400 for 13-06-2019 08.00.00)


Hope this helps to your API request. Best regards,

Thanks for the help!

Sorry for having to warm up this topic. Maybe in the meantime the API changed. But for me this does not work.

If I want to query this (UNIX timestamps)>1698218567+AND+createdAt<1698823367+AND+status=open+AND+acknowledged=true

and urlencode the query so that it looks like this:

I get this error from the API

"Time is accepted in following formats: [dd-MM-yyyy] - [dd-MM-yyyy'T'hh:mm:ss] - [dd-MM-yyyy'T'HH:mm:ssz]"

It should work according to the docs here:

If I change the timestamp format it looks like this:>25-10-2023+AND+createdAt<01-11-2023+AND+status=open+AND+acknowledged=true

But I still get the same error message.

Any Idea what I might do wrong?

Just had some idea and replaced "+" with " " (whitespace) before urlencoding.

This did the trick. Now the returned alerts look valid. So, looks to me like there was really a change in the API.

you might wanna pubish this in the API documentation. Kinda basic information for everybody, yet not mentioned there...

This seems to be documented here: currently.

I meant the +AND+ part. That is something that many would need, yet I haven't found it described in the documentation.

Well, yeah - an example there would be nice. Generally the documentation refers to (with no direct URL and one has to search it yourself) which kind of explains it and then you have to combine it with html encoding (+), yes.

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